• Makes 15
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients
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A delicious, healthy alternative to store bought chocolates and a fun activity you can do with the kids this Easter.


Ingredients (makes 15 chocolates depending on the size)

  • 5 Tbsp Raw Cacao Powder
  • 5 Tbsp Coconut Oil (melted)
  • 5 Tbsp Ground Coconut
  • Vanilla Paste

Method

  1. Add all the dry ingredients together.
  2. Add in any fruit or nuts and stir, making sure to separate clumps.
  3. Mix in the coconut oil until everything is combined.
  4. Place in moulds and refrigerate until set. Alternatively you can create one large chocolate block, just remember to score it before it sets too hard to make it easier to break later.

Notes... Try adding dried fruit (Boabest Baobab Fruit Cubes finely diced make a delicious additive), nuts, peppermint essence/fresh peppermint, substitute 1/2 the coconut for finely crushed almonds... the options are endless.
  • wowwww.. i didnt know we could do this. looks tempting to give a try

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  • I’m sure this is healthy and very rich tha ks for sharing

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  • I make something similar but use coconut butter instead of coconut oil, think the taste is a bit more royal because of that (add sometimes a bit of coffee or orange peel, peanut butter or nuts and seeds and indeed endless options and variations).

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  • They do look impressive,great idea for Easter,thanks!

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  • What a great idea for Easter this year! And it so happens chocolate day is the day after my birthday, so this will be an extra special treat. Yum! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Totally doing this in April! Liked and pinned so I’m not losing this recipe!

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  • A great one have pinned for later use, looks naughty, who says this should be Easter.

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  • Great recipe, anything that lets you eat chocolate guilt free is fantastic.

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  • Great recipe!

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  • Thanks fro this easy recipe, will give it a crack.

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  • these look very nice thanks for sharing

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  • i will make this one

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  • My mum used to make our Easter eggs when I was a kid. I have to say, even tough I resented ‘missing out’ on shop bought ones my friends got, mums tasted better. I still think that. Mum made the best Easter eggs. This one looks like a great recipe too. They’re so darkly delicious looking

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  • What a great healthy treat

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  • Easter cannot come quick enough!

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